The two most common consumer bankruptcies are Chapter 7 and Chapter 13, our sponsoring attorneys handle these types exclusively so you can be sure you are receiving accurate legal advice when you file for bankruptcy. Our Bankruptcy attorneys will fight to protect your rights and property, fight against aggressive and annoying creditors for you, and can help you keep your home, vehicles and other assets.
A lawyer will commit to obtaining debt relief and will provide you with valuable information, services and advice so that you have a better financial future. There are many convenient locations to file bankruptcy or learn about the alternatives we offer, even easier.
The objective of bankruptcy is to allow debtors to have a new financial start. Bankruptcy laws were created to allow debtors to retain a reasonable amount of their assets to make this possible. Bankruptcy exemptions are a list of all assets, personal items and assets that can not be settled in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy or sold in Chapter 13 Bankruptcy to pay creditors. The types of exemptions allowed in a bankruptcy proceeding are determined by federal and state statutes and vary by state. Speak with an attorney or professional in your state to understand how bankruptcy law works for you